A 10-year research partnership between uOttawa and the Chinese Academy of Sciences has pushed boundaries in fields ranging from reproductive biology to molecular photonics.
Is it that power suit or diligent networking that scores you the job? Alumni are sharing secret ingredients for kick-starting careers as part of uOttawa’s new uO2.0 program for future and young alumni.
Funny from page to stage
Five words that best describe the writing style of television and stage comedian Katherine Levac (BA ʼ11).
Tackling gender bias
Sarah Saska’s (MA ’10) offer to work for free as a researcher led to her co-founding Feminuity, a social enterprise focused on gender equality.
Telfer graduate Candace Tierney (BCom ʼ14) created a dairy-free ice cream with support from Ottawa's Start-Up Garage. It is a story of sweet success.
Telecommunications guru Debbie Pinard (BASc ʼ79) teams with daughter to change how event volunteers are managed.
Project management, European style
Engineering alumnus Kamil Mroz (BASc ’10) built upon his roots as a Polish-Canadian to start his own project management firm in Europe.
Professors by day, musicians by night
They’re a group of five, and they go by the name The Howards. Two of them are professors at the Faculty of Education by day, and by night, they transform into musicians in a band.
University of Ottawa president Allan Rock takes the Defy the Conventional Campaign on tour to Asia.
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